A soft paradox exists within Cedrik St-Onge. One could say that the creative, the silent, the devoted and the vivid lives in one artist. Highly inspired and contaminated by a mysterious yet improbable past which inflects his writing, the singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist handles his story with care. More mature and ready to pick up where he left off with his debut EP Les Yeux Comme Deux Boussoles, produced by Louis-Jean Cormier, the young artist from Caplan in Canada launched his first full-length record in September 2019.
For the new material, the singer-songwriter collaborates with Catherine Major on piano, Gabriel Desjardins (Philippe Brach, Jesse Mac Cormack) on string arrangements and Martin Lavallée (Jean Leloup, Marie-Mai) on drums and percussion. On Demain, he crafts a delicate folk scene, equally whimsical as profound, paired with a music video to reflect the juxtapositions in his sound.
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